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How to distinguish between the civil and commercial nature of a sales contract and what does this distinction imply.

Although there is currently no single line of jurisprudence and doctrine, it is certain that, following the conditions of Article 325 of the Code of Commerce – which must be put in connection with Article 1. 445 of the Civil Code, which defines the contract of sale – the nature of the sale contract’s differentiation […]
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Blog, business, legal, Trade
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The Golden Share (or how to guarantee State control in privatized companies).

When the State decides to dispose of its shareholdings and leave them – totally or partially – in private hands, there is no guarantee that the services of public interest that these companies offered will be sufficiently protected. For this reason, several of the States that privatized their public companies (energy, gas, telecommunications, electricity, airlines, […]
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Blog, Commercial Law
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What is a “drag along” clause?

In today’s blog post for Devesa & Calvo Abogados Alicante and Valencia, I am going to refer to the “drag along” clause, also known as drag along right. This type of clause is often used in our professional practice to protect those clients who wish to have the possibility of closing a good business deal […]
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Blog, business, economy
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Warrant. Concept and types.

Warrants and listed companies. For those new to capital markets, this concept will at least be familiar relating  to economic press news about listed companies on markets such as the continuous Spanish Stock Exchange market (Bolsa Española)  in Madrid, the Alternative Stock Market (MAB) or EURONEXT in Paris. Indeed, shares or shares portfolios are one […]
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Blog, corporate law, societies
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Zombie Companies: Implications of corporate inactivity.

It is not unknown that some businessmen have opted over the years to leave their companies “inactive” when, in fact, they should have opted for their dissolution and liquidation before they became the so-called “Zombie Companies”. The purpose of this decision was none other than to avoid considerable dissolution and liquidation costs (basically, the formal […]
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Blog, business, Investment
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New transparency obligations for investment funds in environmental matters.

On the  10th of March it came  into force the obligation for investment funds to adapt and update the information in their prospectuses for investors in the sense regulated by EU Regulation 2019/2088 of the Parliament and the Council of  the  27th of  November 2019. The mentioned EU regulation is directly applicable to all EU […]
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